Under fluorescent lighting, the four of us sat and talked. The kind of talk where minutes fold into hours. Where time skipped by all of us, but we didn’t care. Over the shared meal of pad Thai, tom yum soup and the deceivingly spicy papaya salad, myself, Milan and our dear friends and former bosses caught up – on life. None of us could believe that four years had gone by since we had gotten together. It seemed like only yesterday that we were photographing senior portraits, soccer teams and elementary school portraits together at Creative Imaging Center.
I owe many thanks to Dean and Monique for… Taking a chance on a very young, naive girl… Teaching me photography… For introducing me to my husband… Making the bestest of friends (sooo not a word, but I’m totally okay with that)… and so much more. Working at Creative Imaging Center is a major cornerstone in my life and I am eternally grateful for every minute I spent working, laughing and growing up there.
Here is a blast from the past from my time there. I’m guessing I was probably standing in so one of the photographers (Milan, I’m pretty sure…) could get their lighting all set up before a client arrived. I love the photo of me on the right…Clearly I wasn’t sure what to do with my hands